Costs and Health Reform Directory
Understand the law's impact on costs and financial aid.
Health Reform: How Much Will You Pay?
Choosing the right health plan depends partly on how much you're likely to spend on medical care. WebMD explains how to estimate your costs.
Prescription Drug Costs and Health Reform: FAQ
How will health insurance changes affect prescription drug costs? WebMD provides information about health plans and drug costs, FSAs, assistance programs, and more.
How Health Reform Affects Insurance Costs
WebMD answers questions about health reform's effect on insurance costs.
WebMD answers your questions about Affordable Care Act tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies -- money from the government to lower how much you have to pay when you get health care.
Health Reform and Insurance Costs: Premiums, Purchasing Plans, and More
WebMD breaks down the costs of insurance. Learn about the premiums, cost of buying insurance plans, and more.
Save for a Rainy Medical Day
Medical Savings Accounts an Alternative to Managed Care -- for Some
Health Reform Summary and Facts: Changes and Benefits That Affect You
WebMD breaks down the health reform changes and explains what they mean for you and your family if you already have health insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid.
Prescription Discount Cards Latest Medicare Reform Tactic
President George W. Bush is expected to announce a discount card plan as an immediate way of keeping prescription drug prices down for seniors.
What Is an Allowable Amount?
Copays, deductibles, and other health care expenses can be confusing, so what is an allowable amount?
What Is an Insurance Cap?
When it comes to health insurance, it's important to know what an insurance cap is and if you have one.
Tips for Preventive Health Care
Wellness Programs and Insurance